PowerShell 4.0: The 10 best new PowerShell commands

With the latest version of its scripting toolkit, Microsoft pushes task automation further into virtual machine management, configuration management, and network troubleshooting
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New in PowerShell 4.0

In these days of austere IT budgets, enterprise admins typically have more on their plate than they can handle. Every task they can either delegate or automate helps turn the stress level down a notch. Microsoft stepped up the capabilities of Windows PowerShell with the PowerShell 3.0 and Windows Server 2012 releases, and the company has continued to add features and improve others in the PowerShell 4.0 and Windows Server 2012 R2 editions. In this slideshow, we'll hit some of the highlights and show you how to dig out more details on your own.

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